What is the canon for the creation of Anauroch? According to Netheril: Empire of Magic boxed set (TSR , published in ), what is. Anauroch (Ah-nor-ach) is a barren wasteland that has grown to split the north of Faerûn into eastern and western halves. Also known as the Great Desert or the. Anauroch, The Empire of Shade (D&D module).jpg undo the Weave and replace it with the Shadow Weave, causing the Great Desert of Anauroch to change.
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On the other hand, they’ve gotten rid of the misleading ‘sand terrain’ look and the entirety of the Anauroch is differentiated by several different terrain types, include a ‘badlands’ area that takes up most of the center. Edited by – KanzenAU on 21 Apr Pages 10—24 detail the society of the Bedine, the native people of Anauroch.
They wouldn’t want anyone to think they weren’t successful in any of their endeavors, plus, being “the new kid on the block” as of 3ethey’d want to prove themselves powerfuland what better way than anxuroch a desert quickly, that everyone else just accepted for over a millennia? You go into it from one point and exit at the opposite point via the Plane of Shadow. Pages 31—33 describe the other peoples of Anauroch, including the D’tarig possible descendants of crossbreeding humans and dwarvesthe laertis, and the lamia.
In my Realms I have done something similar to what you suggested, in that there is now a single floating city anaurodh where the capital was located. Maybe put a new moor in there. Shattered Lands Dark Sun: A dusty sunset filled the western sky with stripes of pink and orange hanging above the endless plain, a reminder that this region was once, not long ago, the vast magical desert known as Anauroch.
Once there was no moisture and the soil was parched and dry, it stayed that way because the local environment had been altered. In general after the Second Sundering a lot of things went back to being the way they were before the Spellplague 4e out of universe. So, now these kingdoms can be remade. The inside covers describe Bedine languages and names, as well as dangers of the desert.
Either explanation would see the melting the High Ice ceasing with the fall of Shade, plus the end of any fertility magic they were working, so maybe an enduring enchantment isn’t necessary to explain the rapid reversal.
Some sort of residual phaerimm magic causing the sun to be hotter, anayroch in addition to the lifedrain magic in the southern Anaurocch Anyone got something better?
Perhaps Tyche’s involvement wasn’t discovered until long after, or maybe it just takes longer for gods to decide on anything the whole ‘Ent’ thing – the longer lived something is, the longer it needs to think on things. And it sets up the phaerimm as potentially extremely powerful antagonists not be messed with Admitedly calling the local nomads “Bedine” was rather typical cheese.
After all, a major part of the Return of the Archwizards series was that they were STOPPED in their efforts to make major changes to the environment and then the anauroc team seems to have forgotten about that, and just figured the Shades had ‘finished’ their project.
The Genie’s Curse Birthright: A separate, unlinked issue, is that the desert sands will return in strength.
To know, is to know that you know nothing. The Elves also had copies of the Nether scrolls, before Netheril did, and history does tend to repeat itself.
On rereading the SCAG for another thread, came across this gem, from d&r timeline in One way of taking it is saying that Amaunator will return to the Anauroch, and start answering the prayers of the Bedine to At’ar. These had devastating effects:.
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Praxiteles 4, 18 Beholder Drow dark elf Githyanki Illithid mind flayer Lich. However, it’s important to note that Amaunator has already returneda hundred years before the Companions. I guess we can all go back to our original complaints from the 90’s now we get to reboot the complaints? Those were the lands where seven fishing villages first formed a kingdom DRnamed after the king Nether the Elder and his successor, Nether the Younger.
It would be even better of the death of Low Netheril was because of the High Netherese and the phaerimm were some consequence of their magic, but nope.